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Thread: Stitch in the Ditch Janome Foot

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    Senior Member dojo36's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    I agree, without the IDT or Accufeed or some other system, it does not work well, and none of my machines have that function. I use my walking foot, use my hands to tug the fabric to the left and right and can stay in the stitch fairly well :wink:
    Now...if they made a walking foot with that handy little center blade :D:D:D:D
    janome does make the Stitch in the Ditch acufeed or walking foot. here tis.
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    Super Member Candace's Avatar
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    Yes, it looks similar to my standard Janome SITDF, only like 8 times bigger. LOL.

    I am definitely going to make look for IDT, accufeed etc. in my next machine, so the SITDF will work on quilts. That's a real plus IMO.

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    Does the Janome 'walking stitch in the ditch foot' have a "real" name? I do really well with the the SITD foot, without the walking foot or accufeed, but there are times when I could use it. My new Phaff has the IDT system but I'm still getting used to it. When I want to just get something done, I'm back to the Janome.
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    Junior Member psthreads's Avatar
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    Which machine does this work on? I have a 11000se.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb watkins View Post
    I have used the SITDF ($9 at the dealer store) on my Janome 4900MC and just love it. No problems at all.
    From one Janome 4900 owner to another. Do you have any problem with the needle threader? The reason I ask is that I could never get it to work on my 6125 QC machine and I can't get it to work on the 4900. Either I am doing something wrong, or there is a fault with the mechanism, if you can call it that.

    In response to the SITD foot, I find it works fine so long as the batting is not too thick. I generally use Hobbs Heirloom 80/20..
    Last edited by nantucketsue; 03-18-2012 at 05:08 AM.

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